Season 3: Episode 12
Part 4 of the artist residency at Kuba Kulturbahnhof.
Time & Possibility
This season I am talking to artists about their first solo.
This is the fourth episode in a mini-series set at the lovely Kuba Residency, located at the Kuba Kulturbahnhof at the north western edge of Brandenburg, two and a half hours outside of Berlin.
Today we talk about time and possibility, the importance of time for the artistic process and reflections on possible structures for collaborating beyond extraction.
I am in conversation with the co-creators of KuBa Kulturbahnhof, Sharon Horodi and Mika Kammara about their vision for creating space for artists. I also have a conversation with the artists who form Hyenaz, Kathryn Fischer and Adrienne Teicher.
Sharon Horodi & Mika Kammara
Website: KuBa Kulturbahnhof
Kathryn Fischer & Adrienne Tiecher
Books they are reading:
- Freedom Justice and Decolonization, by Lewis R. Gordon (mentioned by Adrienne in the podcast)
- Planetary Mine: Territories of Extraction Under Late Capitalism, by Martin Arboleda (mentioned by Kate in the podcast)
- Unthinking Mastery, Dehumanism and Decolonial Entanglements, by Julietta Singh
- Art and Postcapitalism: Aesthetic Labour, Automation and Value Production, by Dave Beech
- A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None, by Kathryn Yusoff
- Sylvia Wynter, on being human as praxis, edited by Katherine McKittrick
- The Promise of Happiness, by Sara Ahmed
- We Will Not Cancel Us and other dreams of transformative justice, by adrienne maree brown
- Staying with the Trouble, making kin in hte Chthulucene, by Donna J. Haraway
- The Burnout Society, by Byung-Chui Han
- In the Wake, On Blackness and Being, by Christina Sharpe
Link to Reading Group: Art and Extractivism